All posts tagged: addison and steele

Addison and Steele Revisited

We’ve been frequenting Addison and Steele since they opened enamoured with their excellent coffee, bagel based meals and clinically sleek decor. Since we last visited they’ve expanded their food options and we were keen to try more! As always we started with coffee. We loved the way the barista was able to bring out the flavours as if it had been brewed like a filter, even though it was espresso. We tried a second and were equally impressed. It’s no surprise Addison and Steele’s specialty coffee passes the Second Coffee Test! Our first dish was still bagel related, but something we hadn’t tried before. For $13.50 we got a bagel with chorizo, Brie, lemon and salad with a chilli jam on the side. The chorizo was great with a nice bite to it, and the lemon added a bit of zing to the salad. The Brie added a creamy element without much flavour. This was a nice dish, a bit of a crossover meal between breakfast and lunch, and was light enough to leave you …

Addison and Steele: Coffee and Bagels

As people who really, reaaaalllyyyy love our coffee, excited is probably not the right word to describe our reaction to the opening of Addison and Steele in North Perth. You’ll find it on Fitzgerald st, near the Rosemount and pot black. Its conception is just another sign of the growth of the Perth coffee scene, and the spread into traditionally less fashionable parts of the city. The space they’ve put together is rather wonderful. It’s sleek and styled in black and white, but the focus is always on the coffee. Whether it’s the espresso machine or the myriad of alternative brew techniques, you can’t escape it wherever you look. It should come as no surprise that given the abundance of coffee and brew methods available we chose a tasting plate to share. The fact that they offer the tasting plates of coffee is a big plus for A&S, it really showcases everything they have on offer. Unfortunately as it’s coming into winter they didn’t offer a cold brew, but were happy to substitute it for …